You Should Know
July 2005 Issue
“Less Sugar”? Translation: Splenda Inside
As the low-carb craze loses steam and products are whisked off supermarket shelves, low-sugar foods are taking their place. But many foods labeled as having less sugar taste just as sweet as their original versions. Why? There’s a hidden ingredient in many of these new low-sugar products—the artificial sweetener Splenda.
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